Say hello to the just-announced iQOO 11. We have the non-Pro edition for review but don’t let that fool you into thinking this isn’t a cutting-edge phone. It even has legend in the name – we have the iQOO 11 Legend Edition, a lovely thing made in collaboration with BMW M Motorsport.
It is adorned in fiberglass and vegan leather, while the frame is aluminum engineered to aid in cooling during gaming. Gaming is no problem for the iQOO 11 as it’s among the first Snapdragon 8 Gen 2-powered devices on the market. It’s also the first to use the latest UFS 4.0 storage, which should be faster than anything else on Android.
The iQOO 11 comes in a packed box with a case, USB cable, USB-C to 3.5mm adapter, and a 120W charger. The iQOO 11 Pro one-ups the 11 with 200W and wireless charging.
The iQOO 11 has three cameras on the back – a 50MP Samsung GN5 1/1.57″ sensor with 1.0µm pre-binned pixels, and an f/1.9 optically-stabilized lens. The other two cameras are an 8MP fixed-focus ultrawide, and a 13MP 50mm telephoto. On the opposite side is a 16MP selfie.
We mentioned the 120W charging, now let’s talk about the battery. It’s a 5,000mAh unit that coupled with the very latest E6 display and its superior refresh rate handling, vivo’s V2 display chip, and the new 4nm Snapdragon processor should be able to last a long time.
We’ll cover the battery life, camera quality and more in our full review, which is coming very soon, so stay tuned!